|Incarceration, Race & Time Effects on Family|
Mansfield Institute for Social Justice and Transformation at Roosevelt University hosts a conversation about how incarceration effects families. This program was produced by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV).
|The New Jim Crow|
The Black Star Project hosts a conversation about mass incarceration. This program was produced by Chicago Access Network Television (CAN TV).
Keywords: mass incarceration
|resisting violence, building community: rhode island perspectives on safety and violence - Vanessa Huang|
a 10 minute video exploring various rhode islanders' perspectives on their communities' needs for safety at the intersections of state violence - policing and prisons - and interpersonal violence
Keywords: alternatives to incarceration
|ST 9 27 13 Full Show - Sojourner Truth|
1-Hour Michelle Alexander talk given at the University of Pennsylvania's Humanity forum on Wednesday 9-25-13
Keywords: Mass incarceration; prisons; racism
|Mass Incarceration in the Margins - Women, Trans & the Prison Industrial Complex - dan v|
March 8th, 2012 FORUM & DISCUSSION Mass Incarceration in the Margins Women, Trans & the Prison Industrial Complex Tanisha Douglas, Sonni Farrow, Victoria Law, Tina Reynolds & Laura Whitehorn Many statistics and conversations alike about prisons, seem to present a uniform image of prison populations. If one were to believe the contrived image created by our contemporary culture about prisons, through television shows and corporate media, it would seem as if all prisoners were unremorseful, violen...
Keywords: prisons; prisoner; incarceration
|In-Depth Mentor Training - Dale Stuepfert|
Hilary Freeman speaking about training mentors to work with prisoners incarcerated at Adult Corrections in Plymonth, MN.
Keywords: mentors; prisoners; incarceration; offenders
|The Massachusetts Boot Camp Program : preliminary report - Massachusetts. General Court. House of Representatives. Post Audit and Oversight Bureau|
Keywords: Shock incarceration; Prisons
|coffeehouse_Marc_Mauer_125 - Mark Cohen|
The US has the highest rate of incarceration in the world, and racial minorities are imprisoned more at a greater rate than whites. Why? Angela Jordan DAvis chats with Marc Mauer of the Sentencing Project.
Keywords: sentencing; prisons; incarceration; racial disparity
|Eddie Conway speaks at Red Emma's - Red Emma's|
After 44 years unjustly imprisoned, former Baltimore City Black Panther Marshall "Eddie" Conway gave this talk at Red Emma's on 5/22 about his work inside and outside of prison with at-risk youth.
Keywords: youth; mass incarceration; Black liberation
|The Impacts of Incarceration on Public Safety|
The Impacts of Incarceration on Public Safety
Keywords: incarceration; public safety; restorative justice
|Edge of Chaos - September 8, 2012 - Joe Ryan & Neurotoxin|
Edge of Chaos is a free-flowing political discussion occasionally touching on mature topics. In this episode we discuss the prison-industrial complex and branch out into a discussion of structural reform of the American government as a whole.
Keywords: politics; economics; prison; incarceration; news; opinion; commentary
|ST 6 4 14 Full Show - Sojourner Truth|
Welcome to Sojourner Truth, thank you for staying with us. Today, police terrorism, mass incarceration and the criminal justice system. This past weekend progressive thinkers, leaders and activists met in New York City for the 2014 Left Forum. We bring you a panel discussion from the Forum led by Pittsburgh based rapper Jasiri X. Why are some many young men of color made targets by the police? What can be done in the face of state sponsored violence? Panelists include Ron Davis-father ...
Keywords: Police; Prison; Mass Incarceration; Police Brutality
|Rehabilitation vs. Incarceration|
A large percentage of California's inmates return to prison after their release, prompting citizens and state officials to ask if it needs to be that way. Host Jeffrey Callison speaks with a parolee who faced life imprisonment, public officials, and other experts about the pros and cons rehabilitation.
Keywords: Rehabilitation; Incarceration; KXJZ; Sacramento Public Radio
|Women on the Margins: Incarceration and Resistance in the Current Era - dan v|
Left Forum 2009 Women on the Margins: Incarceration and Resistance in the Current Era 19 April 2009 Pace University NYC Laura Whitehorn (former political prisoner and senior editor of POZ Magazine), Diana Block (California Coalition for Women Prisoners, The Fire Inside newsletter and author of Arm the Spirit: A Woman's Journey Underground and Back) and Joanne Macri (Immigrant Defense Project) Soffiyah Elijah - human rights attorney, Harvard Law School Criminal Justice Institute Victoria Law - Bo...
Keywords: prisons; detention; whitehorn; women; prisoners; incarceration; resistance
|ST 6 18 14 Full Show - Sojourner Truth|
Wednesday: We continue our coverage of the growing crisis in Iraq with Ross Caputi, a Vet of the occupation of Iraq and author of “Unthinkable Thoughts in the Debate about ISIS in Iraq.”Formerly incarcerated women rally in Washington DC. Incarceration rates for women have increased by 400% over ten years, for Black women it is 800%. Our guest is Andrea James founder of Families for Justice as Healing and leader of the June 21st Free Her Rally.The world wide debate heats up on what to d...
Keywords: Prostitution; Sex Work; female incarceration; Iraq
|WAITING FOR MAMU Interview - Pamela Powell|
Listen to the filmmakers of WAITING FOR MAMU and an expert in the field of criminal justice talk about issues of children and incarcerated parents both here and abroad.
Keywords: Incarceration; nepal; katmandu; Ortiz; Thomas; film; documentary
|Misc Archives #9 - The King Alfred Plan: The Final Solution for the "Negro Problem"? - Dave Emory|
M-9 (ONE STEP BEYOND 5/13/90) This program sets forth disturbing plans the U.S. national security establishment has for the mass incarceration of black Americans.
Keywords: Rex 84; Martial Law; Mass Incarceration
|Why Are Women In Prison?: The Politics of Risk - dan v|
Why Are Women In Prison?: The Politics of Risk Left Forum 2014 Glenn E. Martin JustLeadershipUSA Vikki Law Author Resistance Behind Bars The Struggles Of Incarcerated Women Maya Schenwar Author Locked Down, Locked Out Why Prison Doesn't Work and How We Can Do Better Moderated by Leslie Thatcher is the Content Relations Editor for Truthout.org. Truthout.org In discussions about prison reform and decarceration, how does the concept of "risk" influence who goes to prison and for how long? Popular l...
Keywords: prison, prisons, incarceration, racism, sexism, feminism, feminist, prison abolition, abolitionist; incarceration
|Beach Walk 768 - Justice with Jeffrey Deskovic|
We first met Jeff in 2008, for an interview in New York as he was beginning to rebuild his life after 17 years of wrongful incarceration. He has launched a nonprofit and so much more! Find out what all he has accomplished, some surprisings stats on DNA evidence, and please make a contribution!
Keywords: food&leisure; innocence; beachwalks; deskovic; wrongful incarceration; nonprofit; activism; change
|sojournertruthradio07/07/11 Pelican Bay Segment|
In a shock to prison officials, the numbers of participants in the California prisoners strike grows daily beyond expectations. They are demanding an end to torture and other abuse.
Keywords: Pelican Bay Prison; mass incarceration; Prisoner Rights; hunger strike
|The Many Faces of Imprisonment - dan v|
The Many Faces of Imprisonment 26 April 2010 Bluestockings Bookstore 172 Allen Street, NYC http://www.bluestockings.com/ What does mass incarceration have to do with immigrant detention and the War on Terror? How are these all different names of the same repression? Join Laura Whitehorn (former political prisoner and editor of The War Before by Safiya Bukhari), Victoria Law (author of Resistance Behind Bars: The Struggles of Incarcerated Women), Jeanne Theoharis (Professor of Political Science a...
Keywords: incarceration; prison; bluestockings; whitehorn; law; Theoharis; Peterson; Ragbir
|2013 11 21 Bannedinboston|
BANNED IN BOSTON - November 21, 2013 - Guests: Kelly Chudler, Nina Leoni, Cora Segal. Topics: The origin and mission of Boston Feminists for Liberation, intersectionality and the BFL-organized March Against Mass Incarceration scheduled for December 5th. Music: Black Lodge Singers, Absinthe Rose, "Arabic Alphabet Song," Coptic Hymn "Hos Erouf." Host: John Stephen Dwyer.
Keywords: Boston Feminists for Liberation; feminism; mass incarceration; Lycu Parsons Center
|2.2.14 A More Committed Kind Of Love Micah 6.1 8 - Mark A. C. Zimmerly|
A sermon for the first Sunday in February on Micah 6:1-8, given at Madrona Grace Presbyterian Church in Seattle WA.
Keywords: Maafa; Mass Incarceration; Christian; Micah; Hesed; Theology; Bible
|The New Jim Crow with Michelle Alexander - Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash|
WBAIâs Radio Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report Monday, February 6, 2012, 7- 9 pm EST, over 99.5 FM Produced & Hosted by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash ******************************** The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness with Michelle Alexander, human rights activist, litigator, best-selling author Racism is rampant. The Mayorâs, the NYPDâs policing policies and practices, that resulted in the killing of an unarmed Rahmarley Graham, 18 years old in his ...
Keywords: New Jim Crow; Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness
|The Third Wave on CHUO 89.1FM - October 16, 2012|
This week on the show, host Julie Lalonde looks at the story of Julie Bilotta, a womyn who was recently forced to give birth in a segregated jail cell in the Ottawa area. We spoke with Bryonie Baxter, the Executive Director of the Elizabeth Fry Society of Ottawa who was given permission by Julie Bilotta to speak on her behalf. We also spoke with Sam, a local Ottawa womyn who found out she was pregnant while she was incarcerated...
Keywords: Elizabeth Fry Society; Julia Bilotta; incarceration; prisoner justice; Ottawa; activism; feminism
|Dadieshak's Inside the Fascist Western Gulag Penal Empire|
Time for us to reflect and consider whether this is the life we want and whether our leaders are suitable to lead. truth is they are not and if you are sick and tired of being sick and tired then rise up and claim the freedom that is rightfully yours! Free the Land!
|Rec Room Show 45|
This show was recorded on 5-22-13. In this weeks show I tackle several start up stories like about a women dealing with road rage in a unique way, the pope performing an exorcism and more. Then I share my opinion on the study that claim that college may not be a smart investment. I finally I move to a topic that makes me ask... isn't this every community issue not just a black community issue?
Keywords: rec room show; college; trade school; incarceration; black males; crimes; pope; road rage
|Building Bridges: Against The Death Penalty: Wrongful Conviction & Exoneration - Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash|
Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report National Edition Produced by Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash ***************** Against The Death Penalty: Wrongful Conviction & Exoneration with Jeffrey Deskovic, exoneree, The Jeffrey Deskovic Foundation for Justice Exoneration has been incredibly important for those who oppose capital punishment âsince the death penalty was reinstated in 1976, 138 death row inmates have had their convictions overturned...
Keywords: Death penalty; exoneration; Jeffrey Deskovic; wrongful conviction; wrongful incarceration; coerced confessions
|NYC Anarchist Book Fair 2010: Women in Prison: Improve Their Lives, Not the System|
NYC Anarchist Book Fair 2010 Women in Prison: Improve Their Lives, Not the System Saturday, April 17 Judson Memorial Church Despite the growing numbers of women in prison, discussions about prison abolition largely focus on the incarcerated male. Conversations about prison abolition often do not address the fact that there are over two million people currently behind bars who need immediate, tangible changes in order to survive...
Keywords: prison; feminism; incarceration; imprisonment; political; nyc; abolition; bookfair; anarchism; anarchy; activist; activism; left; lefty; leftist
|Building Bridges: Stopping Stop & Frisk, and Ending the System of Mass Incarceration - Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash|
Building Bridges, the National Edition with Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash ******************** Bloomberg Hasnât Given Up and Neither Are We: Stopping Stop & Frisk, and Ending the System of Mass Incarceration with * Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, one of the leading hip-hop generation intellectuals in the country, host of nationally syndicated TV show Our World With Black Enterprise, author "The Classroom and The Cell: Conversations on Black Life in America" by Mumia Abu-Jamal & Marc Lamont Hill * Arturo OâF...
Keywords: Stop and frisk; bloomberg police; mass incarceration; Dr. Marc Lamont Hill; Arturo OâFarrill; Djibril Toure
|NYC Anarchist Book Fair 2009: Let Freedom Ring|
NYC Anarchist Book Fair 2009 Let Freedom Ring 12 April 2009 Judson Memorial Church Presented by Paulette D'Auteuil, Ana M. Lopez, Matt Meyer, and Ashanti Alston Drawing from panelists' experiences on both sides of the wall, this workshop will detail key campaigns of the past two decades regarding prisoner rights and political prisoners. Lifelong Puerto Rican independentista Prof. Ana Lopez of CUNY/Hostos will discuss the principles of non-collaboration, especially as they relate to her current w...
Keywords: new york; anarchism; anarchy; bookfair; radical; activist; prisons; incarceration; imprisonment; activism; left; lefty; leftist
|Interchange Episode 4.11|
Unemployment among formerly incarcerated individuals is a major issue across the United States. On tonight’s episode, Devan Brettkelly sits down with Crossroads transitional home director Jackie White to put the issue in a local context. Next, a humorous look at the mother-child relationship in a fictional performance by Ian Dangla and Anna Shepard entitled “The Phone Call From Hell.” Later in the show, the Interchange revisits an interview with Aviva Chomsky by Sergio Rodriguez...
Keywords: crossroads; kspc; incarceration; prisons; employment; parents; mother's day; aviva chomsky; immigration; humor
|For Your Consideration, Issue #9 "Supermax" - Troy Mellott|
"Supermax" is the final version of the 9th issue in my series "For Your CONsideration" produced for a 9pm slot each Friday on a Northern California Public Access station. My series For Your Consideration is a conceptual video program that is an attempt to choose a topic and within a four week period research, collect material, sift through the most relevant video clips and ultimately edit together a compelling 1/2 hour of video...
Keywords: prison; supermax; jail; Incarceration; locked up; injustice; police state; jury; three strikes
|Mass Incarceration in the U.S. & Palestine – Pirate TV Seattle - The Injustice System|
The Injustice System by Tha Truth thatruthmusic.com Noura Erakat and Angela Davis 6/3/2014 Keynote talk from this year's Peace Works 2014 Conference presented by the Rachel Corrie Foundation titled- Yet Again as Prisoners: Mass Incarceration in the U.S. & Palestine, A Conversation With Angela Davis and Noura Erakat. This episode features Noura Erakat - human rights attorney and writer, Teaching Fellow at Temple University, Beasley School of Law and member of Legal Support Network for the Badil C...
Keywords: Mass Incarceration; US and Palestine; Noura Erakat; Angela Davis; Pirate RV Seattle
|Voice of the Ex-Offender: Challenges and Opportunities, with Norris Henderson - The Gillespie Memorial Community Breakfast|
Norris Henderson, long time activist and advocate for ex-offenders, talks about the difficulties facing people after being released from prison, and the programs and efforts to help them make the transition. He also discusses the role politics and other agendas play in the perpetuation of obstacles and prejudices facing ex-ofenders.
Keywords: ex-offenders; V.O.T.E; incarceration; New Orleans; Louisiana; Angola; prisons; rehabilitation
|Interview with Prof Ernest Drucker about his book, A Plague of Prisons - Dori Smith|
Talk Nation Radio for September 29, 2011 Professor Ernest Drucker, A Plague of Prisons The Epidemic of Mass Incarcerations in America Prof Ernest Druckerâs new book, A Plague of Prisons offers a shocking overview of what has gone terribly wrong within Americaâs prison system. He writes that there has been a 1733% increase in the number of Americans incarcerated over drug charges since 1973. As the inmate population soars, clinical psychologist Ernest Drucker documents the damage to inmates and...
Keywords: Ernest Drucker; A Plague of Prisons; The Epidemiology of Mass Incarceration in America; Troy Davis; judges have no discretion as to sentencing; 1733 percent increase in incarceration since 1973 on drug charges
|Episode 29 - The Captain Euchre Initiative|
Super villains always escape. Always. And the Captain’s going to do something about it.
Keywords: superhero; euchre; series; fights; funny; prison; crime; jail; reform; villain; escape; law; initiative; hilarious; top-security; incarceration; humorous; detention
Look to the Cookie with Jillian and Germar - Episode 8
Keywords: adam carolla; race; poverty; wealth; taxes; idiot; gender; jobs; incarceration; family; jillian; germar; look to the cookie
|HMNY2011: Carceral Capitalism - HMNY|
Carceral Capitalism Genevieve LeBaron and Adrienne Roberts, "The Gendered Relations of Carceral Capitalism" Abstract: This paper assesses carceral institutions and the social relations surrounding them in the United States in terms of their constituent role in the functioning and reproduction of capitalism in the neoliberal period. Highlighting the interplay between the stateâs exertion of more directly coercive forms of power and market relations of confinement, the paper develops the concept ...
Keywords: HMNY2011; Historical Materialism; Conference; Marxism; crisis of reproduction; financialization; Carceral Capitalism; incarceration; police; debt; gender; race; deproletarianization
|The Prison Industrial Complex - sgl|
Michelle Alexander explains how the get-tough-on-crime policies were enacted in the 1970's were an effort to push back the gains of the Civil Rights Movement. From Publishers Weekly"Contrary to the rosy picture of race embodied in Barack Obama's political success and Oprah Winfrey's financial success, legal scholar Alexander argues vigorously and persuasively that we have not ended racial caste in America; we have merely redesigned it...
Keywords: Great Speeches And Interviews; Michelle Alexander; Civil Rights Movement; racial caste; Jim Crow; war on drugs; injustice; mass incarceration
|End Mass Incarceration with Mumia Abu-Jamal, Angela Davis, Soffiyah Elijah, and Marc Lamont Hill - Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash|
Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report National Edition Produced by Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash ***************** âAnd The Walls Came Tumbling Downâ with Mumia Abu-Jamal, Angela Davis, Soffiyah Elijah, and Marc Lamont Hill Recalling in now its 41st year the Attica prison massacre of courageous prisoners who rose up against dehumanizing conditions, thousands came together to follow their lead and resist the burgeoning system of caging human beings...
Keywords: Mumia Abu-Jamal; Angela Davis; Soffiyah Elijah; Marc Lamont Hill; mass incarceration; solitary confinement; new jim crow; attica rebellion
|FOI # 53 Reentry From Incarceration - Barbara Hansen|
Focus on Issues #53 Reentry from Incarceration Discussion with Yvonne Jackson, Community Coordinator for Prisoner Reentry for Kent and Allegan Counties; Andrew Verteek, Community Corrections Planner for Kent County; and Sharon Caldwell-Newton, Executive Director of Women's Resource Center which recently received a grant for a program for women reentering from stays in jail.
Keywords: GRCMC; GRTV; Focus on Issues; Reentry from Incarceration; Yvonne Jackson; Andrew Verteek; Sharon Caldwell-Newton; Barbara Hansen
|Michelle Alexander - The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness - Portland Oregon - Joe Anybody|
Michelle Alexander - The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness filmed in Portland Oregon More Info on Portland indymedia: http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2013/01/421363.shtml
Keywords: Michelle Alexander; Joe Anybody; Portland Indymedia; The New Jim Crow; Portland; JoAnn Hardesty; The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration
|Michelle Alexander - The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration In The Age Of Colorblindness - Courtney Supple|
Courtney Supple speaks with Michelle Alexander, the author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration In The Age Of Colorblindness. In the interview, Ms. Alexander shows us how the War on Drugs and felony disenfranchisement laws have created a new caste system in America.
Keywords: caste system; prison industrial complex; felony disenfranchisement; Michelle Alexander; The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration In The Age Of Colorblindness; War on Drugs; jim crow
Episode 137 is SIMPLY THE BEST! At about the twenty minute mark Germar finally tells you what you should think about Orange is the New Black. But before that, LTC finally somewhat tackles (unintentional pun) the Ray Rice sitch, on the heels of Stephen A.'s suspension. Send all of your hate mail to one of Germar's exes because they will actually open it and appreciate it.
Keywords: germar derron; stephen a; oitnb; orange is the new black; podcast; season 2; look to the cookie; coworkers; ray rice; lgbt; domestic violence; incarceration; abuse; football; espn; suspension
|Prison Radio Show - December 12, 2013|
We have our monthly segment on birthdays of North American political prisoners that take place in the month of December. This information is obtained from sources in the US. Many political prisoners in the US have languished inside for years, often decades. It should be noted that this list is not necessarily complete and we recognize that there are possibly many more political prisoners and P.O.W.s...
Keywords: political prisoners; P.O.W; School to prison pipeline; Indigenous youth; Canada; Turtle Island: First Nations; colonialism; education; racism; criminalization; incarceration; prisons in Canada; Nyki Kish
|New Jim Crow Michelle Alexander - Joel Saxe|
In this talk given at the University of Chicago in March 2013, Michelle Alexander, highly acclaimed civil rights lawyer, law professor, and author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness (2010), outlines the historic forces that have constructed black men as a public enemy needing to be put down through a war on drugs and caged through mass incarceration, in effect creating a caste system that relegates millions of black men to life-long degradation and denial of bas...
Keywords: Michelle Alexander, New Jim Crow, prison-industrial complex, African-American men, racial incarceration, media bias, GOP’s Southern Strategy, Bread and Roses Radio, Joel Saxe, Valley Free Radio, WXOJ; New Jim Crow; prison-industrial complex; African-American men; racial incarceration; media bias; GOP’s Southern Strategy; Bread and Roses Radio; Joel Saxe; Valley Free Radio; WXOJ
|People United - January 15, 2010 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features geographer Jenna Loyd on the connections between militarization, mass incarceration, and migration policies. Coeditor of the forthcoming anthology _Beyond Walls and Cages_, Jenna Loyd is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Place, Culture and Politics at the City University of New York. She spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on September 22, 2009. Episode concludes with a commentary by Mumia Abu-Jamal ("More Bad Intel").
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; immigrant; detention; prison; incarceration; militarization; migration; rights; justice; abolition; Beyond Walls and Cages; Jenna Loyd; geography; geographer; Center for Place Culture and Politics; CUNY; MonkeyWrench Books
|Building Bridges: Supreme Court & Arizonia Anti-Immigrant Law - Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash|
Building Bridges: Your Community & Labor Report National Edition Produced by Mimi Rosenberg & Ken Nash ****************** High Court Signals Receptivity To Arizona's Anti-Immigration Legislation Which Could Result In Mass Incarceration Of Latinos With Isabel Garcia, Director of Derechos Humanos, in Tucson, Arizona Foster Maer, Senior Litigation Counsel of Latino Justice, PRLDEF The lawyer arguing against provisions in Arizonaâs anti-immigration law said that if the U.S...
Keywords: supreme court immigration; Arizona Governor Jan Brewer; Arizona immigration; SB1070; Isabel Garcia; Director of Derechos Humanos; in Tucson; Foster Maer; Senior Litigation Counsel of Latino Justice; PRLDEF; immigration incarceration
|Lecture 'Criminal Justice or Criminal Just Us?' Poses Tough Questions - Emelda De Coteau|
"There are more African-Americans under correctional control - in prison or jail, on probation or parole - then were enslaved in 1850, a decade before the Civil War began," writes legal scholar Michelle Alexander in The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Color Blindness. According to The Sentencing Project, "The United States is the world's leader in incarceration with 2.3 million people currently in the nation's prisons or jails -- a 500% increase over the past thirty years." Typica...
Keywords: criminal justice; Michelle Alexander; live and love in color blog; The Afrikan Village and Cultural Center; Baltimore; The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Color Blindness